Fans were ecstatic when the latest trailer for Netflix series "BoJack Horseman" came out but many asked, where is everyone's favorite self-loathing horse?

"BoJack Horseman" Season 4 is set to arrive next month. While fans have so many questions on their minds, the most important one would obviously be, the whereabouts of the show's lead character.

Season 3 recap

BoJack was last seen in season 3 - when he decided not to take his own life. According to Entertainment Weekly and as was seen in the previous season, BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) tried to gun his car down a desert road and got into a crash.

Upon seeing galloping horses, he was discouraged from committing suicide.

Now, almost a year has passed and nobody knows where the former star of "Horsin' Around" is. The latest "Bojack Horseman" trailer opens with a voicemail from Diane Nguyen (voiced by Alison Brie), wondering why she hasn't seen her friend in three months.

So where is BoJack?

Diane was able to give updates on other important characters, like her husband, Mr. Peanutbutter (voiced by Paul F. Tompkins), who is running for public office as a governor of California; Diane is busy working on a blog; Princess Carolyn (voiced by Amy Sedaris) is thinking of having her own family; and Todd (voiced by "Breaking Bad" star, Aaron Paul) has his habitual crazy escapades.

Also, there is a new horse on the block, who's also looking for our star. The big problem is, nobody knows where to find him. All fans get as a clue to his whereabouts is a shot of BoJack arriving at a cabin by a lake.

BoJack branded weed

Meanwhile, have you heard that BoJack has gotten its own branded weed? In a report from Variety, Netflix has come up with the idea to promote one of its shows as "Disjointed."

According to its press release, each strain was developed with a particular show in mind.

Three of them - the Omega Strain, Eve’s Bush, and Rutherford B. Haze, are inspired by “Disjointed,” from “The Big Bang Theory” creator, Chuck Lorre.

It is important to note that because of federal regulations, the strains were not for sale in malls. They were instead sold at West Hollywood at Alternative Health Herbal Services from August 25 to 27.

Individuals who qualify with medical conditions that require cannabis use or those who possess a medcard were allowed to purchase.

Of course, from "BoJack Horseman," there is the "Prickly Muffin." Catch Season 4 of "BoJack Horseman" on Netflix when it premieres on September 4.